Yeah...I really don't know if it's worth it or not- again, it doesn't seem like anything I couldn't figure out on my own. I already know the exam is all that counts, and that you need to know black-letter law for the exam. Can't see it having huge, profound revelations on law school that I haven't heard elsewhere/from other students
Also, eee...don't worry about it- acording to their website:
Basic Truth -- In terms of predicting whether you may have this knack (and therefore not need LEEWS) it may be noted that 1Ls with math and hard science backgrounds seem disproportionately to do well in law school. (So much for the popular myth in law school that doing well requires being a "good writer.") Why?
We think because they are in the habit of thinking closely and logically, and presenting their thinking concisely -- which gives them an edge in performing and concisely presenting "lawyerlike analysis" on exams.